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Nature Homeschool at the BNC

My name is Molly Zegans and I am a Teacher Naturalist at Mass Audubon’s Boston Nature Center in Mattapan, MA. This winter we started offering a weekly program for homeschooled children ages 6 – 10. The group is designed to…

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Environmental Program

County: Norfolk Town: Westwood Aggie students come from 70 different towns in and around norfolk county. Environmental Science was introduced as a major last year and is expanding. The school sits on 365 acres in Walpole--much of it covered with…

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Trees and the Community

County: Nantucket Town: Nantucket Since 2010, the Maria Mitchell Association (MMA) has been helping to provide all fifth graders on Nantucket a tree to plant in their yards in partnership with Annie Mendelsohn, an islander and steward of our community.…

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Teacher/Environmental Club

County: Middlesex Town: Lowell Ms. Eddy works as a Science Teacher at the Lowell High School, located in Lowell, Massachusetts, which is the second largest high school in the Commonwealth. LHS encompasses a cultural and economic diverse neighborhood and many…

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County: Middlesex Town: Cambridge The City Sprouts summer program in Cambridge serves 100 middle school youth in a four­week (9am- l pm) internship based at each of the four Upper Schools in Cambridge. The internship is a unique opportunity for…

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Green Thumbs Up for Community Partnerships

County: Middlesex Town: Winchester During the 2016-2017 year, McCall's Greenhouse Club members continued to fulfill their original mission statement "to share and promote within the community a healthy ,green lifestyle while acquiring the scientific and environmental benefits of conserving energy…

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Korpita’s Kids Green Team

County: Hampshire Town: Williamsburg Over the past 13 years, my class of either First or Second Graders have been members of The Green Team. Each class has initiated at least one new project to introduce to our student body. The…

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